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As a WGU student, you will have access to two kinds of online student communities: learning communities and program communities. Each of these communities provides you with a different level of support and gives you the opportunity to interact with faculty and other students.
Program communities are focused on building relationships between students and faculty. You can connect with fellow students and faculty members on all things about your degree program. Primarily, program communities focus on:
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You will be assigned and automatically enrolled into learning communities that correspond with the assessments for your term. These communities provide a virtual space in which subject-specific information can be obtained to develop competency. The learning communities focus on:
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You will also have access to social networking through WGU’s Inigral Facebook application. With a simple request to join the community, you can interact with a Facebook group of students enrolled in the same course and degree program as you.
Note: Learning communities are not designed to be used for obtaining answers for specific questions on objective assessments or performance tasks.
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